Wildlife & Reptile Licensing bodies.

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    Below is a list of all the contacts and relevant information I could find on reptile (and other wildlife to a degree) licensing bodies for the various States and Territories. If any information is incorrect/could be altered/needs to be added, please point it out and share. The Wiki used to have this info until it died.

    NSW

    Information taken from the following link - http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/wildlifelicences/ReptileKeepersLicence.htm

    Phone:
    02 9585 6406

    Email: wildlife.licensing@environment.nsw.gov.au
    Postal address: Wildlife Licensing, National Parks and Wildlife Service, PO Box 1967, Hurstville BC NSW 1481

    How to get a Reptile Keepers License in NSW - http://www.environment.nsw.gov.au/wildlifelicences/GettingAReptileKeepersLicence.htm

    QLD
    Information taken from the following link - https://www.qld.gov.au/environment/plants-animals/wildlife-permits/recreational-licence/
    Online form for applying for a license - https://www.derm.qld.gov.au/rwl/faces/jsp/login.jsp

    For further information, contact the Department of Environment and Heritage Protection (EHP) via email palm@ehp.qld.gov.au or phone 13 QGOV (13 74 68).

    VIC
    Information taken from the following link -- http://www.depi.vic.gov.au/environm...nd-trading-wildlife/private-wildlife-licences
    Private wildlife Application Form - http://www.depi.vic.gov.au/__data/a...ation-for-a-Private-Wildlife-Licence-15_3.pdf

    Further information can be got by calling the DELWP Customer Service Centre on 136 186

    NT
    Information taken from the following link - http://parksandwildlife.nt.gov.au/permits/wildlife#.VrahC1mW6tY
    Information on the Permit to Keep Protected or Prohibited Wildlife - http://parksandwildlife.nt.gov.au/permits/wildlife/keep#.Vrahj1mW6tY
    Permit form - http://lrm.nt.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0014/11453/permit_keep_wildlife.pdf

    More information can be got from

    Parks and Wildlife Service Permits Office
    Ground Floor, Goyder Centre
    Chung Wah Terrace
    PO Box 496
    Palmerston NT 0830

    Tel: (+61 8) 8999 4795 or (+61 8) 8999 4814
    Fax: (+61 8) 8999 4524
    Email: pwpermits.nretas@nt.gov.au


    ACT
    Information taken from the following link - http://www.tams.act.gov.au/parks-conservation/plants_and_animals/animal_licensing
    Downloadable application Form - http://www.tams.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0009/470799/Standard-Licence-Application-2015.pdf
    Downloadable record book - http://www.tams.act.gov.au/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/740933/NCA2014-ACT-Record-Book-worksheet.pdf

    For more information, contact tams.lc@act.gov.au

    WA
    Information taken from the following link - https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/plants-and-animals/licences-and-permits
    Fauna Licenses for Herpetofauna - https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/plants-a...d-permits/134-fauna-licences?showall=&start=4
    Downloadable Application Form - https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/images/d...auna/herpetofauna/Herp_Keeper_Application.pdf
    Approved Reptile Keeping list - https://www.dpaw.wa.gov.au/images/d...una/Approved_reptile_keeping_lists_-_2013.pdf


    Further information on the licensing requirements is available from DPaW Wildlife Licensing Section
    Phone: (08) 9219 9834


    Email: wildlifelicensing@dpaw.wa.gov.au


    TAS

    Information taken from the following source - http://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/wildlife-management/forms-and-permits
    Herpetology Permit - http://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/wildlife-management/forms-and-permits/herpetology-permit
    Herpetology in Tasmania Code of Practise - http://dpipwe.tas.gov.au/wildlife-m...reptiles-in-captivity/herpetology-in-tasmania

    More information can be gathered by contacting
    Wildlife Management Branch
    134 Macquarie Street
    GPO Box 44
    HOBART TAS 7001
    Phone: 03 6165 4305
    Fax: 03 6173 0253
    Email: wildlife.reception@dpipwe.tas.gov.au
     
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    Wow Stu, what a great thing to do for everyone :) :) :) ......................Ron
     
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    Only just found this thread, looking for info for someone else. Great job Stuart, except for one omission (hint: what state am I in?) :)
     
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    Looks like QLD is about to go "self-service" with their licensing reform in 2017. Watch this space!
     
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    Better be a big one Murph
     
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    Hey guys. What's the process when buying interstate and the species cross over from advanced to basic licenses from state to state?!

    For example, if a Lacey is advanced in NSW/QLD but listed on basic here in Vic, am I able to purchase a lacey from QLD on a basic lic here in Vic?
     
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    As long as your license allows you to keep the animal it is fine. Other states rules don't affect your license.
     
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    Hey mate, you just have to do what's required by your own state, for instance, I just imported a male ELN for breeding purposes to QLD from VIC. In VIC there's no licence required for this species at all and the seller just needed to organise an export permit however EVERYTHING in QLD must be accompanied by movement advice which I (the buyer) had to generate and use to import. In QLD, we no longer have import or export permits, we just use the standard movement advice forms now for everything which makes life easy (for us), I daresay you will need to organise an import permit for a Lacey from QLD to Vic.
     
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    Hey ya'll its your fav at APS, first off i got on doctor Google and came up with sweet AF :oops:... I was and am after snake identification posters, where can one pick them up for QLD NSW n VIC reptiles? I have the NT ones. I have rung NPAWL national geographic nothing.. any suggestions?
     
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    come on Darren every body knows SA doesn't really exist,it's just in a movie called "Snowtown"
     
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    There's only 2 states worth being in... Drunk, and Queensland. :D
     
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    never heard of them , are they in America?
     
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    Depends on how much you've had to drink. :D
     
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    never enough
     
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    Rick, do you know what is really scary? When you drive past the turn in to Snowtown, there is a sign saying "Home of the Big Blade". :eek:
    Given the events that culminated in the old bank, not a good look. The Big Blade is actually one of the original wind farm propellors.
     
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